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Pet-friendly hotels offer room service and massages for dogs

Friday, May 15th, 2015

Laura Abbott typed five words into a Google search: “pet friendly, hotel, luxury, Florida.” Up popped Loews Don CeSar Hotel.

That was three years ago, when the Houston small-business owner and her husband were planning a long-awaited vacation. They’ve come back to the Don CeSar and St. Pete Beach every year since for a week with their dog, Boogie, a putty-colored Shih Tzu. Continued

Dog-Friendly Cape May New Jersey

Monday, November 11th, 2013

Rusty Nail Restaurant Cape May NJ

Rusty Nail Restaurant Cape May NJ


Cape May was first explored by the Dutch West India Company in 1621. It is one of the first beachside resorts in the nation and in the late 1800s became a getaway from New York for executives and other celebrities. It has Victorian architecture and has a lot of “summer” homes. A number of U.S. presidents have visited the resort. You and your dog can visit the resort town as well. Along with neighboring towns, the southern beaches of New Jersey can make for a great dog-friendly vacation.

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Dog-Friendly New Orleans Louisiana

Monday, November 11th, 2013

French Quarter New Orleans

French Quarter New Orleans


New Orleans is one of the most scenic and visited cities in the country. Prior to Hurricane Katrina in 2005 New Orleans had a population of 500,000. Now the Population is about 350,000. New Orleans is located between Lake Pontchartrain and the Mississippi River. It is near the mouth of the Mississippi River and serves as a Gulf port city. The city’s most visited area, the French Quarter was not affected much by the hurricane. Famous Royal and Bourbon Streets are located in the French Quarter and your dog is usually very welcome in this section of town. The waterfront, the Garden District and Downtown are also near the French Quarter and encompass the majority of tourist attractions in the city.

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